Between 2007 and 2013, at least 350 Brazilian companies announced total or partial acquisitions. What does that mean for what will happen next?
A list of the top stories in Latin American tech from the second week of October. UsefulTools, Uber, ClickBus, Hotel Urbano and 99designs are in the mix.
For some entrepreneurs, things go according to plan. Such is the case of Dan Strougo. His startup, LogoChef, was acquired by 99designs in August.
Hellofood is continuing its Brazilian shopping spree, having made three acquisitions in four weeks.
It’s a big day for Latin America’s startup ecosystem. Global ticketing platform Eventbrite has announced that it has acquired Argentina’s Eventioz.
Rocket Internet’s Hellofood is literally swallowing up the competition in Brazil. Just one week after acquiring Jánamesa, the company has made another buy: Rio...
Latin America’s online food delivery market is a competitive one, and the player that comes out ahead will be that which takes the most aggressive stance. And...
Brazilian enterprise software giant TOTVS has acquired RMS Software and Webstrategie Software in a deal worth US$16.7 (R$37.4 million).
Promotora, a leading venture capital fund in Colombia, has announced its second successful exit.
Tennis player turned e-commerce backer? In Brazil, that’s the case.
Brazilian e-commerce platform Wine has acquired majority participation in Have a Nice Beer, an online beer club.
Abril Mídia has acquired control of Xeriph, one of Brazil’s principal distributors of digital books.
Brazil’s tech community has started off the week with some big news in the realm of acquisitions.
TripAdvisor has revealed its latest acquisition: CruiseWise, an online reservations platform for cruises.
Argentine e-commerce leader Dridco has announced the acquisition of Brazilian real estate portal TiqueImóveis.